The Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (MChD) is a comprehensive and varied four year course for graduate students looking to enter the rewarding field of medicine. Become a doctor committed to ethical, compassionate health care and the expansion of medical knowledge. The program is underpinned by four themes:
- medical sciences
- clinical skills
- population health
- professionalism and leadership.
Emily Rickard and Liam McBride Kelly spent six weeks in Tennant Creek, NT. They discuss what they learned.
MChD students Maddison Brian and Tornike Janjgava have received the Parkinson's ACT George Webb Memorial Prize.
John James Foundation Scholarship helps Indigenous student realise his medicine dream.